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FOX Business
Nov 6, 2013 3:00pm EST
and record highs to speak of. nicole: for 88 the ideal is so hot and we traveled these after the open, we don't say they're of 100%. we look at them and many of them have increases which are interesting to see. let's get to the floor show and bring traders in the conversation with the stock exchange, citigroup and the nynex. you look at charts, you limit the notion of it. and looks to be a very emotional in a positive way market. >> absolutely. the dow is a new highs. broader industry, bulls we traded 67 days ago so we are sort of stalling out of important data over the next few days. we have the ecb meeting, the gdp, friday's jobs report and the twitter idea. a lot of excitement about that but it is important. the dow was up, we're seeing an increasing amount of bullish sentiment. we see a 40 point spring between bulls and bears. we should 16.5% barris, the lowest since 2011. so heading into this bullish, and we see an increasing amount of complacency and nonchalance making it the worst behind us so we can close right through. liz: you are not concerned about the transports? that looks good.
FOX Business
Nov 22, 2013 3:00pm EST
. don't ignore the russell 2,000, small stocks on the screen, just need to close above 1121 for 60th new record. back to the dow, look at what is going higher. these are widely held stocks that if you don't own directly you like we do in your 401(k) or mutual-fund or pension. somewhere in your portfolio, big bold machines like boeing, walmart, johnson and johnson, mcdonald's. and down the road you see decent gains of up to 2%. we have big mergers and acquisitions. is it news? could there be a new marriage in the works? time warner cable getting a boost following a report that charter communications is kicking up a sweet proposal but there's also theequestion of comcast jumping in. nicole: a multi player deal. let's see what is going on. time warner cable moving to highs today. time warner cable shares have been jumping as the wall street journal reported late thursday yesterday it that charter communications was prayer preparing to make a bid, and there's another story brewing, time warner has reached out to comcast and that is to try to head off of it, from charter communications. keep
FOX Business
Nov 20, 2013 3:00pm EST
that is a real indicator of the healthy economy? most people would tell you know, they just don't know where to put their money. liz: steve kelly have some picks you would love to give to our viewers at a time when people are wondering about the housing market, you like home depot. some interesting news today, but at the point is that home depot and jpmorgan chase, these are names with questions swirling around them for separate reasons but why these two names right now? >> instead of crediting with the market is doing, sort of rotating. these are two names that have been held back. we think it has another big breakout. that has been held back by regulatory concerns and legal concerns. their pre-much behind them now. the stock is trading one times price of the book. premier banking franchise in the united states. that is a kind of name people will be rotating into as a 20 figure out out ways to stay involved in this market. liz: it is awfully cheap. isn't a bank fascinating given the federal reserve policies as of late, the past couple of years, have been very helpful letting them park their
FOX Business
Nov 11, 2013 3:00pm EST
is in the hundreds and not the 300 in the 200. >> well, it is the stock of a company that like, a stock that i don't like. evaluation, the key driver of my opinion. $140 target price. a little bit above that still. basically you are paying a lot of fun right now for the potential a few years out. the generation three is the key point of profitability. in that vehicle does not even really existed. so you're paying a lot now for what could be good news later, would also could be bad news. liz: don't you want to be an early? you don't want to be laid on something like this. you know they have a proven product with the original sports car. now teeseven think you're crossover suv, the third-generation. >> is actually called generation g3, the third generation, coming and sooner. a what i am talking about does not come until about 2017. so that is a lot. yet to get the price down to $35,000 per vehicle to be competitive. that is their target. the margins will be squashed. unless they can do something like improve the battery costs. other efficiencies. liz: they are working to do that, they not? he is ta
FOX Business
Nov 12, 2013 3:00pm EST
good. i don't know what the market's going to focus on going forward, but we still have this underlying bid for equities created by the liquidity posture of the fed, and until, until we get some real concrete indication that that's going to change, my guess that underlying bid is still going to be there for equities. but the higher they go, the harder it is to buy 'em. liz: okay, well, i agree. and you look at that, it seems that people are waiting for an opportunity to get in who sat on the sidelines. bob, a lot of fedheads talking, rich edson's just getting microphones put together, he's going to tell us what they were saying, but also we have a federal reserve member, former member who's saying the quantitative easing has been a real mistake. and it's really only helped the big wall street guys, and does that affect the market in any meaningful way? because this market has gone up, and everyone's 401(k)s have done well. >> well, i'll tell you what, i agree with teddy, and i agree with that statement. [laughter] the federal reserve especially -- >> come on, fight with us, bob. [laught
FOX Business
Nov 18, 2013 3:00pm EST
at some point as nicole just pointed out. we don't think it'll be in the mortgage backed, the housing market's going well, but in the bigger picture we're starting to see some smart money in the russell 2000. that's under a little pressure while we celebrate the dow and the s&p. i don't think we're anywhere near a bubble. we'll continue to see money leave the fixed income market and come into equity, but the professional trader would like to see a allback somewhere along the line -- pullback somewhere along the line. lori: a healthy consolidation. to kevin crane at the cme, what's the reaction to this u.s. you can bity run where you are, kevin? >> you know, i'm not smart enough to call it a bubble, and i don't think others are either, but i think everybody's a little cautious of where we're at right now. we haven't seen any meaningful pullback and really put some new money to work, i think a lot of traders would like to see a little bit of a pullback. maybe we get that soon, but if it's any indication of what we've got in the past, any pullback, small pullback is a buying opportunity.
FOX Business
Nov 7, 2013 3:00pm EST
late people don't understand if this is a real numbers always seems the unemployment numbers the first true never be will get into .5 months. investors feel they are panicked and will not get the rosy picture. we talk about the bonn repurchase beginning of next year but put that aside where will we be this week? coming down to the trading session tomorrow the market had a very good rally in there looking for the opportunity whether it was legitimate or not riggt now is trading ahead of tomorrow >> looking to tomorrow the of volatility index is down about 30%. i just wonder is too much complacency? it is the old adage that is true. am i wrong? >> it's starting to feel like 1999 but the reason you see the vix index at the low we have done a study of stairs and if we call a strong year in the stock market between 15 and 20% then the next two months average after the first 10 months? the average about 2.5% each almost 5% for the next two @%nths that is what you see that stock market have some complacency because there is a lot of folks who will take the pullback to worry about tomorrow's n
FOX Business
Nov 13, 2013 3:00pm EST
they believe she might say. we don't know what she is going to say. are people really that focused on what jenna dion might say? >> what else is there to focus on? the major headline will be janet yellen. economic data will come out tomorrow and friday but what happens here will be a significant move to our market for moving forward. transparency as to what the plan will be moving forward is what investments wants to hear. what are they going to turn the spigot off, and quietly doubt has transitioned into janet yellen. the plan that is going to be put in place. what investors want to hear is what are her true thoughts on how and when we can achieve what we all want to achieve. liz: another guys in chicago are very interested in all things federal reserve because they move things like treasuries. you saw a little bit of action on tuesday. what do we see today? >> think it is all janet yellen. this morning before we opened the market was off a fierce she was going to taper. my experience has been she is going to be completely noncommittal. she will not get controversial tomorrow. what will
FOX Business
Nov 15, 2013 3:00pm EST
to be the first. but jack trenton told us, he said we don't just want this to be a midnight on friday kind of thing. we want this to really continue and people continue to buy this through the holidays and beyond. >> reporter: yeah. there's going to be a lot of competition because you have the playstation 4, the xbox 1 will also be a contender, and christmas is not that far away, the hanukkah/christmas season, so i'm sure this is going to be on the list among other things such as apple products and so much more. liz: sony a couple bucks off its 52-week high. jack trenton told us bar none this was going to add to the bottom line, he absolutely feels confident about that. from the gamers to the markets and everybody rolls the dice when they play the market, right? well, the markets continue to rally after fed chair nominee janet yellen's testimony yesterday. she said she supported the fed's current, very lax policies and very aggressive asset purchases. let's get right to the floor show and traders at the new york stock exchange and the cme group have been chewing the fat over this one. keit
FOX Business
Nov 26, 2013 3:00pm EST
we will get a further direction. you have to wait and see. liz: don't stockpile. but i am with you on that. good to see all of you. thank you so much for joining us. we have a closing bell ringing about 48 and a half minutes. the end of the year rally seems unstoppable. even a famous bear cannot quite help himself. he will tell us precisely why he has now bought into the rally with an asterisk. can you guess who he is? and motorola mobility brand new phone going on sale in the u.s. just in time for the busiest shopping days of the year. can it trounce the rival. a fox business exclusive. this ceo of motorola mobility. we're going to hear is pitch on why we should all be using his new-found, throwing out our iphone. dennis has the story. you have to see this. lots of news. hi honey, did you get e toaster cozy? yep. got all the cozies. [ grandma ] with n fedex one rate, i could ll a box and ship it r one flat rate. so i kn untilt was full. you'd be crazy not to. is tt nana? [ male announcer ] fedex one rate. simpllat rate shipping with the reliability of fedex. [ male announcer ] fed
FOX Business
Nov 14, 2013 3:00pm EST
. nobody's going to ring a bell real fast. it's going to require unemployment to drop down further. i don't know how much clearer ben bernanke or janet janet yellen can be. they're towing the line, they've got inflation more than under control and now it'sen employment issue. why does the market have to know when you're going to taper? when it's time to taper, you'll taper, and people that keep looking for that 5% break in the stock market, they don't get it. you've got to learn to come in on shallow breaks and buy because the fed is saying the market isn't frothy. if that's what they're saying, believe 'em. they have the pursestrings. liz: okay. all right. i'll tell you what i do believe, i do believe i'm confused about the oil markets and about the gold markets, but let's get to paul saks. specifically, gold and i bring this up because now you have the indian government trying to quell some of the gold-buying fervor that we've seen lately and to see it up $16, tell me what's at work here. is this some type of, i don't know, stronger, weaker dollar situation? clarify it, because the indi
FOX Business
Nov 8, 2013 3:00pm EST
, before the end of year. i don't see anything out there that that's compelling to make a nice move. every 100-point incent on the s&p -- increment on the s&p is psychological, so i think we'll probably trade in and out around 1773 on the s&p and back down to 1700, back and forth. i will make one note, and i think your viewers should understand, even though the jobs number was better than expected, you've got to always look underneath the headline number. the quality of jobs are still those low-paying, part-time jobs with the average wage of about $15 an hour. that's not enough to get the economy going and, therefore, not enough to get more hirer at high-paid jobs going. liz: dan, what then becomes the trade? if equities have been so hot anded isenly there is a -- and suddenly there is a move to taper, well, the unemployment rate actually ticked up, but there are a whole bunch of questions about that. we will ask secretary perez who we thank for coming on later today live. but also, dan, to actually know where -- if you shut off one part of the tributary, where does the water then go? is i
FOX Business
Nov 27, 2013 3:00pm EST
with iran don't expect a price to go higher unless there is another headline. that is something out of the middle east or something going off line due to a problem with one of the refiners' but you do see this moving significantly to the downside $1.43. everyone is talking about that massive winter storm bearing down on the east coast which could dump as much of as a foot of snow on the region particularly upstate new york. here is the satellite photo at the second. where is it? you see everywhere from new york below that to upstate new york and new england. this could disrupt thanksgiving travel across the country even if there are no clouds in certain parts of the nation because in terms of takeoff and landing it is o'hare airport in chicago that is the world's busiest and things tends to fall like dominoes and that is where jeff flock is live now. what do those greens look like? is there a lot of red in the word canceled? >> you showed the satellite picture and the thing about it is a lot of snow and a lot of places, major airports escape it. take a look. and things are off, look
FOX Business
Nov 4, 2013 3:00pm EST
the large caps, overall the idea here on wall street is very simple. you don't fight the fed, don't fight the tape. and most of the traders here on wall street continue to believe that the fed will continue its bond-buying program, right? you're not going to see the tapering anytime soon and not likely before janet yellen moves in. so with that, the idea here is that the momentum remains to the upside. you have a couple of wildcards and headline-driven markets, for example, on friday we're waiting for the monthly jobs report. you remember that partial government shutdown pushed it back a week, so we're going to get that on friday. big news on twitter. bits and pieces of information that could move this market one way or another, but overall we're seeing mergers and acquisitions happening even today, and the momentum for the most part, even teddy weisberg standing behind me -- liz: i see him. >> he really continues to believe this momentum remains. it's hard to be sure. liz: well, don't be surprised if twitter throws a little bit of froth and bubble activity into this market getting people
FOX Business
Nov 1, 2013 3:00pm EDT
to another trillion dollars year-over-year. liz: don't fight the tape obviously. >> the other thing is the interest rates are so low that there is really no other alternative. the money keeps driving stocks up. totally independent a really, what is go ellis corporate earnings in the real gdp of america. liz: reality verses with the fed has created as its reality. >> that hit the nail on the head. this is the fed induced rally and you cannot save that. he pull back the we have seen in the equimark is been a buying opportunity. it is no different until the fed actually changed their tone and you actually see a change in the buying policy. it is its own market with the fed than there. liz: that is true, but you and i have talked for more than a year about how it is what it is. so it is exactly as we just stated. the best thing going is equities. >> equities is the logical choice. they have created an underlying bid for stocks. it is better than being in risks. for some people that is a viable alternative. for others they need more, need to get more juice out of the assets. a couple of
FOX Business
Nov 19, 2013 3:00pm EST
did something really bad, this is going to be a hit to shareholders, and i don't think they're taking this into account right now if we look at a stock chart, shares of jpmorgan were up marginally. but long term is what you have to look for here, it's whether they really did concede they did something wrong in this settlement, and that language is not out. now, is this a done deal? yes, it is. eric schneiderman, the attorney general, just front ran the department of justice. why does he have the authority to do it? he's head of president obama's mortgage task force designed to hold banks accountable for mortgage fraud during the runup to the financial crisis. so he came out and basically front ran the announcement on the justice department. i don't think we're going to get a press conference coming out of attorney general holder out of this. i think we'll see a statement, we definitely will see some paperwork, and that's the key thing. every investor has to look at this because if they conceded to something really bad, it's going to be a problem for shareholders. we should point out l
FOX Business
Nov 21, 2013 3:00pm EST
and gloom report, if i had a dollar for every time he came on the -- and he used the word "crash," i don't like that because you can't throw it around, is coming, and it hasn't. >> well -- >> i mean, even a broken clock is right, you know, twice a day. so you have to put all that stuff this the background and think about what's going on. finish if you look ott our economy and what we've been doing, the one piece of the puzzle that's been a little slow so far has been employment. now, the number today was decent, so i think the market's getting a little more positive. if we fall back, i'm not going to get panicky. i'll buy the dip. as teddy said, there's a lot of momentum, and there's no fundamental change to make me change my view right yet. liz: i'll tell you what was fundamentally changing, jeff grossman, suddenly we blinked and went from 92 and change to $t -- $95 a barrel for crude oil. does this markedly sort of pilot higher and deeper on the target or walmart news that we're a little bit worried about people opening their wallets for spending? >> the truth of the matter is what hap
FOX Business
Nov 29, 2013 12:00pm EST
in the direction we want, they don't really believe that's truly happening. talk to your neighbors, your friends, your relatives. the job market is still tough. so i think everyone has learned accordingly to really take these numbers on a granular basis. ashley: ira, you know, there's still time for seem to get into this market, but there are a lot of folks out there that just believe they've been sitting on the sidelines too long and believe that they've missed the boat. >> and i think that's going to continue in a good part of december as well. and then after the fist of the -- the first of the year as people get back from the holiday, they might jump in again one more time. you know, a lot's going to depend on december, the unemployment number and what the fed does. i don't think the fed's going to do anything until the latter part of the first quarter of the year when ms. yellen, hopefully, becomes chairperson. and she'll take it under her realm. why would they make changes now? ashley: good point. paul, to you, last question. the taper is built into these markets, but anytime you start to t
FOX Business
Nov 5, 2013 3:00pm EST
don't own the stock, tesla's almost stock market theater. it's just so interesting to watch and to hear what elon musk says. he will have a conference call, we'll be following that, but the second those numbers come out, we will be watching it, the stock moving higher in advance of those. speaking of trading lower, many technology stocks are retreating today, but two companies are shining. we thought we'd pull out those. down beat day otherwise for the sector but, nicole, these ones had pretty decent numbers or at least outlook earnings. >> reporter: aol and pandora both up about 9% at the moment. let's see where they are right now. aol up just over 9% at 42.24 and pandora media also a great gainer, up 9.5%, 28.08. both of these names coming out with numbers, aol better than expected quarterly sales, looking good as we noted, to the upside, and it's up about 43% this year. and then there's pandora, right? you want to know how many listeners they have and want to see that increasing, well, they did exactly that. active listeners were up 20%, so by the end of october, 30.9 mil
FOX Business
Nov 25, 2013 3:00pm EST
for those holiday gifts. i don't know if it'll come in time, but as you mentioned earlier coming in, it's worth keeping an eye on theecrude numbers, and that took a hit overnight. did a little bit of a bounce off the lows but still under some pressure -- liz: let me bring al and harry in here because we do have a rbob gasoline coming down a few pennies. >> yes, i think we're going to have quite a bit of pressure on the energy markets for the next several weeks, and from there even greater pressure going into the next six months. the peace talks that were going on, we're seeing movement forward which is great. i think we're going to see more movement forward as time goes on. we're also going to see a couple other things that are going to happen in the marketplace, in my opinion, and one is we're going to start seeing some leak in the crude oil barrels from iran into the marketplace because when sanctions get lightened, there isn't as much control over what gets out. so we're going to start to see that. and then after six months and they do have something really solid in place, we may see
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